Hi. I've purchased a custom computer with an Asus M2N and I can't get the motherboard to recognize any keyboard I plug in. Do i need to reinstall the drivers or enable PS/2? I don't jave a manual so I'm a little lost. Please help. Thanks.
There will be 4 no of fuses near the ps2 connector pls check them with mm for connectivity if all are ok then check the R pack near ps2 connector if both are ok then bga chif of mbd faulty & not repairable
Best solution is this use usb kbd & mouse
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The rest of the speakers are recognized as being connected. How to fix that:
Unplug all speakers, open Realtek HD Control Panel utility (RTHDCPL.EXE) and start plugging them back. Everytime you will plug one a window will popup askin what was that you plugged in - tick the corresponding option.
Right click the mouse on My computer located on desktop- select Manage- select device manager- find universal serial bus controllers - click on universal serial bus controllers - u find some devices there - right click the mouse on each and select uninstall - after uninstalling restarting the computer.
note : ensure usb controllers are enabled in BIOS setup
for this , u should press delete key at the startup of PC and locate it in Intergrated peripherals
You don't need a driver for a PS/2 keyboard nor a USB keyboard. The keyboard lights should lite up at post. After boot press the Caps Lock key and it will light the corresponding light on the keyboard if the controller works. If not it is the motherboard. If you are strapped for bucks get a mobo that can use the same cpu, RAM and drives. Good luck, Steve Medley
Normally one would think something is wrong but if you look at page 2-23 in you're manual you'll see you're using the wrong plug-in (Lime green) (Rear). Plug you're spreaker jack into the (Black sound out jack). See if that makes a differance?
To fine tune you're sound you can open Asus/RealTek sound effect manager listed in control manager. This program has connector sensing software & other goodies.
The front side port may be a "low power" USB port, it may be possible to "power" this if there is the capacity to connect a power cable to the front panel USB adapter, or there may be an aux power socket to plug into on the motherboard.
hi, i have a couple of those boards. they have 2 ide ports on them and 4 serial ports. if youu do get the m2npv-vm, one thing that is weird about it, one faces up from the board and the other lays flat off the edge. also the ports are right next to each other and the polarity (which side you put the ribbon cable stripe on) is opposite each other. so if you don't use a keyed ribbon cable you might hook them up wrong.